Staff at Long Sutton Dentistry with Leo Heading pictured below.

Leo’s smile after dentist’s efforts

Long Sutton Dentistry has raised hundreds for charity to make World Down’s Syndrome Day.

It takes place on March 21 because people with Down’s Syndrome have three copies of their 21 chromosome.
Kelly Garth, Lisa Stancer and Zoe Baker at Long Sutton Dentistry organised a raffle alongside the rest of the team raising money for a Down’s Syndrome charity.
Kelly said: “Across two days the staff wore funky odd socks and did a raffle for a fabulous hamper, lovely Leo Heading came in and picked the winning ticket. In total £376.45 was raised.”

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